Adverse Possession

Adverse possession - Heritable - Transmissible - Tacking - Adverse possession is heritable and there can be tacking of adverse possession by two or more persons as the right is transmissible one - It confers a perfected right which cannot be defeated on reentry except as provided in Article 65 itself - Tacking is based on the fulfillment of certain conditions, tacking maybe by possession by the purchaser, legatee or assignee, etc. so as to constitute  continuity of possession, that person must be claiming through whom it is sought to be tacked, and would depend on the identity of the same property under the same right - Two distinct trespassers cannot tack their possession to constitute conferral of right by adverse possession for the prescribed period. . (2019-3)195 PLR 584 (SC) (SN)

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